miseducate

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mis·ed·u·cate

 (mĭs-ĕj′ə-kāt′)
tr.v. mis·ed·u·cat·ed, mis·ed·u·cat·ing, mis·ed·u·cates
To educate improperly.

mis′ed·u·ca′tion n.

miseducate

(ˌmɪsˈɛdʒʊˌkeɪt)
vb (tr)
to educate improperly or badly

miseducate


Past participle: miseducated
Gerund: miseducating

Imperative
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Present
I miseducate
you miseducate
he/she/it miseducates
we miseducate
you miseducate
they miseducate
Preterite
I miseducated
you miseducated
he/she/it miseducated
we miseducated
you miseducated
they miseducated
Present Continuous
I am miseducating
you are miseducating
he/she/it is miseducating
we are miseducating
you are miseducating
they are miseducating
Present Perfect
I have miseducated
you have miseducated
he/she/it has miseducated
we have miseducated
you have miseducated
they have miseducated
Past Continuous
I was miseducating
you were miseducating
he/she/it was miseducating
we were miseducating
you were miseducating
they were miseducating
Past Perfect
I had miseducated
you had miseducated
he/she/it had miseducated
we had miseducated
you had miseducated
they had miseducated
Future
I will miseducate
you will miseducate
he/she/it will miseducate
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you will miseducate
they will miseducate
Future Perfect
I will have miseducated
you will have miseducated
he/she/it will have miseducated
we will have miseducated
you will have miseducated
they will have miseducated
Future Continuous
I will be miseducating
you will be miseducating
he/she/it will be miseducating
we will be miseducating
you will be miseducating
they will be miseducating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been miseducating
you have been miseducating
he/she/it has been miseducating
we have been miseducating
you have been miseducating
they have been miseducating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been miseducating
you will have been miseducating
he/she/it will have been miseducating
we will have been miseducating
you will have been miseducating
they will have been miseducating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been miseducating
you had been miseducating
he/she/it had been miseducating
we had been miseducating
you had been miseducating
they had been miseducating
Conditional
I would miseducate
you would miseducate
he/she/it would miseducate
we would miseducate
you would miseducate
they would miseducate
Past Conditional
I would have miseducated
you would have miseducated
he/she/it would have miseducated
we would have miseducated
you would have miseducated
they would have miseducated
References in periodicals archive ?
As we developed our findings, we sought to be aware of areas where the service-learning experience may have fallen short of our goals or instances when the experience may have been miseducative.
Montessori conceived her casa dei bambini in response to children living in the demoralizing, miseducative squalor of an urban tenement district, Rome's San Lorenzo Quarter, whose horrors she describes at some length, much as Waters has described those at Berkeley's King School before its transformation by ESY.
She then discusses populations that have been excluded from education, including women, minorities, and animals, and examines implications such as how education shapes individuals and cultures, that culture is curriculum, and that cultures and educational agents can be miseducative as well as educative.
Like so many other concepts in education, multiculturalism is a term that has lost its potency because of miseducative examples that serve to maintain Whiteness as the cultural norm.
What this research finds is that most students in most courses are provided with miseducative forms of socialization towards cultural diversity.
But Dewey (1938) noted that not all experiences lead to understanding and growth, "Any experience is miseducative that has the effects of arresting or distorting the growth of further experience" (p.
In case you missed his point, he added that IT personnel were "control freaks" who made "insane, expensive and miseducative decisions.